Wednesday, February 20, 2013

{Moss Cross} DIY Spring Vignette

When I think of Spring, I think green!
Since I don't have much of a green thumb, 
moss is my friend!


Here's a simple project to get you ready for Spring and Easter 
that adds a pop of green.             

Supplies needed:

Styrofoam- 1 rectangle, 3 squares
3 bags of sheet moss
glue gun

(In the photo, there's a bottle of styrofoam glue...I tried it and it did not work for me)

Use your glue gun to adhere the styro pieces together to form your cross, like I laid out here in the pic.  Then begin placing the sheet moss on the top and sides until no white styrofoam is showing through. 
 Glue the sheet moss on with your glue gun, and watch those fingers!
When the cross is covered, you can lean it against a wall in a display, or attach a ribbon and hang it on your front door for Easter.
 I have a section of broken wrought iron fencing...hung apart on studs due to their weight...with scripture on vellum secured between. You can read more about it here.
I adore bunnies and nests for spring decor.  I set these cement distressed bunnies near the books and the nest under a glass dome. You can find more spring/easter decor ideas here and here.
 Hurry Spring!!!

11 comments:

  1. Janis it is just beautiful! I love the broken gate with the scripture from John..the cross looks great...Beautiful vignette...I do not think I will get out my Spring decor as we are trying to sell and in the middle of a move to the new house...I will just enjoy yours...Blessings!

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  2. I love your vignette - I love it so much I am going to try and do the same thing!! I love sheet moss - there are so many great uses using it!! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing !!

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  3. Positively gorgeous! I love everything about this vignette, especially the moss cross. Thank you for sharing this. I'm pinning it. Have a lovely week!
    Blessings,
    Nici

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  4. I love this! I even have this on my Pinterest board! LOVE IT!


    Brooke

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  5. I found this post on google. I love this cross! I am going to feature it on my blog tomorrow. I am working on a post of my favorite spring vignettes. I hope I send some traffic your way!

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    1. Thanks so much Nicki!!! So glad you like it and I appreciate the feature!

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  6. Really impressed! Everything is very, very clear,open is a description of the problem. It contains the information.That is a good element,

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